Society 1 and ApolloMed support the AAPI community at the Holiday Broadway concert


LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Society 1, an exclusive membership club, has been making waves lately by supporting and gaining support for Asian businesses run by Asian Americans. More recently, Company 1 welcomed ApolloMed to its prestigious list of corporate members. ApolloMed, led by two Asian American co-CEOs, hosted valuable employees, partners and guests for their annual festivities celebrating diversity, equity and inclusion in healthcare at the hotel JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles. Guests enjoyed an immersive dining experience and live entertainment.

Takashi Cheng, founder of Society 1, says: “This event delivers an important message of collective support from our allies to our fellow Asian Americans. ApolloMed has done an incredible job promoting equity in healthcare and increasing access to quality healthcare for Asian-American communities for over 25 years. Society 1 wants to honor their efforts and focus on their successes through the support of our diverse entertainment network. ”

At the heart of its mission statement, Society 1 is committed to uplifting and showcasing the accomplishments of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, especially during an undoubtedly difficult time for these communities. Nicknamed “Changemakers,” Club members seek to enhance the participation of its multicultural allies and AAPI forces across a wide range of industries, occupations and demographics.

“ApolloMed is thrilled to be among the first corporate members of Society 1. We value the commitment and alliance to foster inclusion in such a meaningful way. We thank the talented Mr. John Lloyd Young for his support and incredible performance, ”said Dr. Kenneth Sim, Executive Chairman of ApolloMed.

Breaking the norms of “support from within,” Society 1 encourages foreigners and people from all walks of life to voice concerns about Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who are the targets of xenophobic attacks across the country. country.

Young, a singer and actor known for his work on the Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical Jersey Boys, has been a long-time supporter of AAPI groups and is a practitioner and student of Chinese Chan Buddhism. He says, “It has been an honor to showcase my talents on behalf of Society 1 – their mission is near and dear to my heart. ”

Society 1 is widely recognized as an emerging influence and is well positioned to focus more on the causes and talents of AAPI. The purchasing power of Asian Americans has increased nearly three times the rate of the United States total over the past decade, reaching 314% from 2000 to 2019, while the total purchasing power of states United grew 119% over the same period. The United States Census reports that the AAPI community represents almost 8% of the total United States population and will control more than $ 1.3 trillion in purchasing power by 2022.

About the company 1

Society 1 is a privately funded membership club founded by highly regarded members of the Asian American community of Southern California.

Membership in Society 1 provides access to exclusive events and experiences designed to enhance the presence, influence and participation of Asian Americans in the most elite circles of society. Society 1 advocates for a sustained commitment to justice and ensures that people from historically marginalized communities have a voice and a platform. Changemakers help brand partners implement inclusive decision-making practices and promote diversity in the workplace.

Follow Society 1 on Instagram at @officialsocietyone.

About Apollomed

ApolloMed (NASDAQ: AMEH) is a leading, physician-centric, technology-driven, and risky healthcare company. Leveraging its proprietary end-to-end technology solutions, ApolloMed operates an integrated healthcare delivery platform that enables providers to successfully participate in value-based care arrangements, thereby enabling them to deliver care. high quality to patients cost effectively.


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